Jessica joins the USGLC after holding several internship positions, including with InterAction and the Center on Wrongful Convictions of Youth. She recently graduated from Cornell University where she received a B.A. in government and also studied English and Spanish. While at Cornell, she spent a semester studying in Spain and played varsity soccer for four years, serving as co-captain her senior year. Jessica is a proud Chicago native, and she is excited be working in Washington, D.C.
While fighting the pandemic is an international priority, global collaboration is also required to tackle critical and complex challenges facing Americans and the world alike. At the World Economic Forum last week, policymakers from the United States and around the world spoke to the need for global cooperation on health security, countering authoritarianism, humanitarian crises, and climate to solve the most pressing issues affecting Americans’ lives and people all over the globe.